What to Watch on Sunday: Futuristic cop series ‘Almost Human’ debuts on Fox

11/17/2013 6:00 AM

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Almost Human (8pm, Fox ) - In the premiere of this new crime drama set in 2048 Los Angeles, a veteran cop ( Karl Urban) with mental and physical baggage, returns to the force, skeptical of the mandate that requires human officers to be paired with robots. But he’s got to get used to it when his new partner is an android named Dorian ( Michael Ealy).

Once Upon a Time (8pm, ABC) - Goaded by Peter Pan, Henry heads to a curious cave. Later, a search party face Peter Pan in a battle of good vs. evil.

The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - Alicia tries to block the deportation of an undocumented immigrant before he is sent back to Mexico where a cartel threatened his life. Meanwhile, Marilyn is concerned about the ethical ramifications when Eli reconnects with Natalie Flores, and Robyn tries to act more like Kalinda.

The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - A familiar face returns as the group struggles to find humanity in a world of constant threats.

The Paradise (9pm, UNC-TV) - Season 1 concludes with Moray unsure if he should follow his heart and call off the wedding, since doing so could cause him to lose the store.

Letters to Jackie: Remembering President Kennedy (9pm, TLC) - Actors read from the hundreds of thousands of condolences from U.S. citizens to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy following the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. The film also recounts major events from his presidency.

Boardwalk Empire (9pm, HBO) - Chalky goes on th elam with Daughter following a close call, and takes refuge in Delaware with his mentor, Oscar Boneau. Meanwhile, Nucky heeds a prescient warning and Gillian mulls selling her mansion and starting a new life with Roy.

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